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  • Eye on Boise: State revenues fall just shy of predictions

    BOISE – Idaho’s general fund revenues for October are in, and they’re almost exactly on target, missing state economists’ forecast by just 0.7 percent. At $209.9 million, the month’s tax …


  • Budget cuts eliminate survey used for drug prevention programs

    BOISE – Idaho has made much of a startling statistic – that teen meth use in the state dropped 52 percent from 2007 to 2009. It’s the largest percentage drop …


  • Awards recognize anti-meth art

    The Idaho Meth Project recently announced winners of the “Paint the State” competition, in which local teens had the opportunity to paint the powerful “Not Even Once” campaign through their …


  • Idaho teen meth use drops 52% from 2007 to 2009

    The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest youth risk survey shows methamphetamine use among Idaho teens dropped 52 percent between 2007 and 2009.


  • Anti-meth group enlists art

    Everyone has seen the billboards. One look and eyes quickly turn back to the road. They portray people whose appearances have deteriorated to the point of rotting teeth and discolored …


  • Meth survey says risks seem not to deter teens

    BOISE – A new survey by the Idaho Meth Project shows that more state teens believe it’s risky to use methamphetamine than in 2007, but that belief doesn’t yet appear …


  • Idaho Meth Project: Teens see greater drug risk

    A new survey by the Idaho Meth Project shows that more teens believe it’s risky to use methamphetamine than in 2007, but that belief doesn’t yet appear to be changing …


  • Idaho Meth Project spreads cautionary tales

    Some teenagers in this rural North Idaho town want to know more about methamphetamine so they’re never tempted to use the highly addictive, easy-to-access drug. That’s the response the director …


  • Surge of anti-meth ads hints at what’s to come

    Graphic anti-meth ads running on TV and in newspapers around the Inland Northwest are just a taste of what Idaho’s in for next year. When the Idaho Meth Project kicks …

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